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March 24, 2020

 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts

539 Tremont Street, Boston

Come be a part of culinary excellence while enjoying creations from some of the top chefs from across Boston’s renowned South End “foodie” neighborhood.



For one night only,

AIDS Action brings together more than 40 of the South End’s finest restaurants for a delicious evening of bite-sized noshes, live cooking demonstrations, a silent auction, as well as wine tastings and beer sampling.

Admission includes unlimited sampling from more than 40 of the South End’s finest restaurants, plus complimentary fine wine, beer and more.

*Admission limited to those 21 years of age or older.

Call or email Liz Roderick, Manager of Fundraising Events at 857.313.6734 or lroderick@fenwayhealth.org.

About AIDS Action


AIDS Action is New England’s largest provider of services to people living with HIV/AIDS and populations at risk of infection. AIDS Action leads the state’s Getting To Zero Coalition, which seeks to reduce the number of HIV infections to zero and operates a needle exchange that serves as an entry point to healthcare services for active substance users.


 AIDS Action works to prevent new HIV infections, support those affected by HIV, and tackle the root causes of HIV/AIDS by educating the public and health professionals about HIV prevention and care; and advocating for fair and effective HIV/AIDS policy at the city, state, and federal levels.


In 2013, the AIDS Action became a part of Fenway Health, which works to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhoods, the LGBT community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population.



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